FYI I did the same exact setup as Patrick (albeit with 192.168. 20.* for our
pre-existing subnet) and it works like a charm. Also couldn't just bridge
them cuz it breaks UPC phone service.
Hope this helps,
On 27 Feb 2011 14:33, "Patrick O'Doherty" <patrick at patrickodoherty.com>
> In my experience the firmware is horribly locked down: I don't know if
> pages are at all accessible. If you're only using the router for internet
> access and not UPC's phone service you can but it in bridge mode and leave
> all the routing functionality to your Netgear box.
>> Here in our house we're subscribed to the phone service so I set up a
> subnet 192.168.2.* for all the devices with a Linksys box which is the
> client on the UPC's 192.168.1.* with all the firewall features disabled
> that has worked thus far for me.
>> Quite possible someone else on the list will have a better solution as
> I have seems a little hackish
>> Just my €0.02
>>> On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 2:14 PM, Frank Murphy <frankly3d at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Just got in UPC to test vz ADSl which has served well for years.
>>>> The Cisco modem supplied has mnay of it's pages
>> "That feature has not been implemented"
>>>> I cannot see any info re. nat translation.
>> Although it has a dhcp server,
>> will they know how many boxes I have?
>> should I use my Netgear router(nat) inside the Cisco?
>>>> Cisco model = EPC2425
>>>> It seems to be an upc firmware on top of the Cisco firmware.
>> Can't find English user guide on Cisco site.
>>>> Frank Murphy
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